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    My oldest son does best when we have structured, sit down time. We can go about two days without school before tantrums and whining break out and I just don't have the desire to deal with that. I've tried a bunch of other methods of structured time, but he is just happier and more helpful when we spend a few hours studying and reading each day, so we do school year round.

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    I plan to do HS year round, because I want less structured days, I want to feel less rushed, have learning be a lifestyle more than something we "have to do", and I would also like to maintain our routine, I am horrible with routines so if we take a long break like that it would be very hard for me t get back into it.

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